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Rejected fairgrounds plans envisioned thriving centers
 Two redevelopment proposals for the Montgomery County Fairgrounds were rejected this week for not meeting certain criteria and requiring too much public money for infrastructure improvements. But the proposals — from firms Miller-Valentine Group and Thompson Thrift — did outline unique visions for remaking the fairgrounds property...

4:18 PM Thursday, Dec. 01, 2016

Two redevelopment proposals for the Montgomery County Fairgrounds were rejected this week for not meeting certain criteria and requiring too much public money for infrastructure improvements. But the proposals — from firms Miller-Valentine Group and Thompson Thrift — did outline unique visions for remaking the fairgrounds property...
Rejected plans for fairgrounds in Dayton envisioned thriving centers
 Two redevelopment proposals for the Montgomery County Fairgrounds were rejected this week for not meeting certain criteria and requiring too much public financial support . But the proposals — from firms Miller-Valentine Group and Thompson Thrift — did outline unique visions for remaking the fairgrounds property into a new, mixed-use...

4:18 PM Thursday, Dec. 01, 2016

Two redevelopment proposals for the Montgomery County Fairgrounds were rejected this week for not meeting certain criteria and requiring too much public financial support . But the proposals — from firms Miller-Valentine Group and Thompson Thrift — did outline unique visions for remaking the fairgrounds property into a new, mixed-use...
Fairgrounds redevelopment proposals rejected
 The quest to redevelop the Montgomery County Fairgrounds suffered a major setback Wednesday with the news that the two project proposals were rejected. Two months ago, Dayton-based Miller-Valentine Group and Indiana firm Thompson Thrift submitted proposals to reinvent the 37-acre site on South Main Street. But a committee that reviewed the...

11:29 PM Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2016

The quest to redevelop the Montgomery County Fairgrounds suffered a major setback Wednesday with the news that the two project proposals were rejected. Two months ago, Dayton-based Miller-Valentine Group and Indiana firm Thompson Thrift submitted proposals to reinvent the 37-acre site on South Main Street. But a committee that reviewed the...
Fairgrounds redevelopment proposals rejected
 The quest to redevelop the Montgomery County Fairgrounds suffered a major setback Wednesday with the news that the two project proposals were rejected. Two months ago, Dayton-based Miller-Valentine Group and Indiana firm Thompson Thrift submitted proposals to reinvent the 37-acre site on South Main Street. But a committee that reviewed the...

11:29 PM Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2016

The quest to redevelop the Montgomery County Fairgrounds suffered a major setback Wednesday with the news that the two project proposals were rejected. Two months ago, Dayton-based Miller-Valentine Group and Indiana firm Thompson Thrift submitted proposals to reinvent the 37-acre site on South Main Street. But a committee that reviewed the...
Fairgrounds redevelopment proposals denied
 Efforts to redevelop the Montgomery County Fairgrounds hit a snag today with the news that the two project proposals were rejected. Two months ago, Dayton-based Miller-Valentine Group and Indiana firm Thompson Thrift submitted proposals to reinvent the 37-acre site on South Main Street. But a committee that reviewed the plans has determined...

2:52 PM Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2016

Efforts to redevelop the Montgomery County Fairgrounds hit a snag today with the news that the two project proposals were rejected. Two months ago, Dayton-based Miller-Valentine Group and Indiana firm Thompson Thrift submitted proposals to reinvent the 37-acre site on South Main Street. But a committee that reviewed the plans has determined...
Severely deteriorated Stroop Road bridge to be replaced
 Montgomery County has taken emergency action to replace the Stroop Road bridge in Kettering next year, which currently has two lanes closed and weight limits. County commissioners on Tuesday approved a resolution determining that the bridge presents a disaster threat, owing to deficient box beams. The strength problems were discovered inadvertently...

10:30 PM Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2016

Montgomery County has taken emergency action to replace the Stroop Road bridge in Kettering next year, which currently has two lanes closed and weight limits. County commissioners on Tuesday approved a resolution determining that the bridge presents a disaster threat, owing to deficient box beams. The strength problems were discovered inadvertently...
Severely deteriorated Stroop Road bridge to be replaced
 Montgomery County has taken emergency action to replace the Stroop Road bridge in Kettering next year, which currently has two lanes closed and weight limits. County commissioners on Tuesday approved a resolution determining that the bridge presents a disaster threat, owing to deficient box beams. The strength problems were discovered inadvertently...

10:30 PM Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2016

Montgomery County has taken emergency action to replace the Stroop Road bridge in Kettering next year, which currently has two lanes closed and weight limits. County commissioners on Tuesday approved a resolution determining that the bridge presents a disaster threat, owing to deficient box beams. The strength problems were discovered inadvertently...
OSU used “run, hide, fight” model during attack
 “Active shooter on campus. Run Hide Fight.” That was the emergency alert Ohio State University students and staff received just before 10 a.m. Monday, minutes after an attack outside of Watts Hall on the university’s north campus. A male suspect drove into a group of people and then exited his vehicle and started stabbing...

11:33 PM Monday, Nov. 28, 2016

“Active shooter on campus. Run Hide Fight.” That was the emergency alert Ohio State University students and staff received just before 10 a.m. Monday, minutes after an attack outside of Watts Hall on the university’s north campus. A male suspect drove into a group of people and then exited his vehicle and started stabbing...
OSU used “run, hide, fight” model during attack
 “Active shooter on campus. Run Hide Fight.” That was the emergency alert Ohio State University students and staff received just before 10 a.m. Monday, minutes after an attack outside of Watts Hall on the university’s north campus. A male suspect drove into a group of people and then exited his vehicle and started stabbing...

11:33 PM Monday, Nov. 28, 2016

“Active shooter on campus. Run Hide Fight.” That was the emergency alert Ohio State University students and staff received just before 10 a.m. Monday, minutes after an attack outside of Watts Hall on the university’s north campus. A male suspect drove into a group of people and then exited his vehicle and started stabbing...
Dayton hiring dozens of officers in uncertain environment
 The Dayton Police Department is hiring about 48 officers during what many officials contend is a challenging time to wear the badge. Recruitment efforts are underway, and the police department through the middle of last week had received 679 applications from interested candidates. The deadline to apply is Dec. 30. Police officers today face...

10:00 PM Sunday, Nov. 27, 2016

The Dayton Police Department is hiring about 48 officers during what many officials contend is a challenging time to wear the badge. Recruitment efforts are underway, and the police department through the middle of last week had received 679 applications from interested candidates. The deadline to apply is Dec. 30. Police officers today face...
Cuban exile, UD professor share thoughts on Castro’s death
 The news that former Cuban President Fidel Castro has died was met with strong emotions and some celebration on Saturday as some exiles who live in Ohio looked back at his controversial legacy. Castro, who died at the age of 90, has long been a divisive figure among current and former Cubans and their children. Castro wanted to make all Cubans...

6:19 PM Saturday, Nov. 26, 2016

The news that former Cuban President Fidel Castro has died was met with strong emotions and some celebration on Saturday as some exiles who live in Ohio looked back at his controversial legacy. Castro, who died at the age of 90, has long been a divisive figure among current and former Cubans and their children. Castro wanted to make all Cubans...
Cuban exile, UD professor share thoughts on Castro’s death
 The news that former Cuban President Fidel Castro has died was met with strong emotions and some celebration on Saturday as some exiles who live in Ohio looked back at his controversial legacy. Castro, who died at the age of 90, has long been a divisive figure among current and former Cubans and their children. Castro wanted to make all Cubans...

6:19 PM Saturday, Nov. 26, 2016

The news that former Cuban President Fidel Castro has died was met with strong emotions and some celebration on Saturday as some exiles who live in Ohio looked back at his controversial legacy. Castro, who died at the age of 90, has long been a divisive figure among current and former Cubans and their children. Castro wanted to make all Cubans...
Progress in fight against hunger, but challenges remain
 On a holiday when people overeat and host elaborate feasts, it’s easy to lose sight of the fact that many local families will go to bed hungry tonight. Ohio is one of the most food insecure states in the nation, according to a new federal report, and Dayton continues to rank among the worst U.S. cities for food hardship. Some local...

5:00 AM Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2016

On a holiday when people overeat and host elaborate feasts, it’s easy to lose sight of the fact that many local families will go to bed hungry tonight. Ohio is one of the most food insecure states in the nation, according to a new federal report, and Dayton continues to rank among the worst U.S. cities for food hardship. Some local...
Manufacturing company asks for $150K from city for airport project
 The Dayton City Commission on Wednesday will vote whether to contributed $150,000 to STP Products Manufacturing Co. to support consolidating the company’s operations at the Dayton International Airport. STP Products plans to move into a 570,000-square-foot facility on the airport’s property, creating about 345 new jobs over about...

4:52 PM Monday, Nov. 21, 2016

The Dayton City Commission on Wednesday will vote whether to contributed $150,000 to STP Products Manufacturing Co. to support consolidating the company’s operations at the Dayton International Airport. STP Products plans to move into a 570,000-square-foot facility on the airport’s property, creating about 345 new jobs over about...
Latest Dayton Arcade plans seek to blend past and future
 The latest plan to revitalize the Dayton Arcade complex would seek to create apartments, offices, retail space and the kind of development seen in other cities as successful attracting artists and creative professionals to downtown living. Developers detailed their plans Friday and envision restoring the long-vacant property to offices, retail...

10:26 PM Friday, Nov. 18, 2016

The latest plan to revitalize the Dayton Arcade complex would seek to create apartments, offices, retail space and the kind of development seen in other cities as successful attracting artists and creative professionals to downtown living. Developers detailed their plans Friday and envision restoring the long-vacant property to offices, retail...
Latest Dayton Arcade plans seek to blend past and future
 The latest plan to revitalize the Dayton Arcade complex would seek to create apartments, offices, retail space and the kind of development seen in other cities as successful attracting artists and creative professionals to downtown living. Developers detailed their plans Friday and envision restoring the long-vacant property to offices, retail...

10:26 PM Friday, Nov. 18, 2016

The latest plan to revitalize the Dayton Arcade complex would seek to create apartments, offices, retail space and the kind of development seen in other cities as successful attracting artists and creative professionals to downtown living. Developers detailed their plans Friday and envision restoring the long-vacant property to offices, retail...
Taxi drivers protest service changes
 Taxi drivers who work at the Dayton International Airport are speaking out against the city’s plan to select a single provider of taxi service. About 11 off-airport taxicab companies are licensed to operate at the airport terminal, but the city has asked for bids for one company to manage and run taxi services. Uber, the ride-sharing...

7:25 PM Friday, Nov. 18, 2016

Taxi drivers who work at the Dayton International Airport are speaking out against the city’s plan to select a single provider of taxi service. About 11 off-airport taxicab companies are licensed to operate at the airport terminal, but the city has asked for bids for one company to manage and run taxi services. Uber, the ride-sharing...
Taxi drivers protest service changes
 Taxi drivers who work at the Dayton International Airport are speaking out against the city’s plan to select a single provider of taxi service. Uber, the ride-sharing company, has already siphoned away much of the business at the airport, but this change would be a fatal blow to local taxi operators, Shannon Walters, a driver with Dayton...

7:25 PM Friday, Nov. 18, 2016

Taxi drivers who work at the Dayton International Airport are speaking out against the city’s plan to select a single provider of taxi service. Uber, the ride-sharing company, has already siphoned away much of the business at the airport, but this change would be a fatal blow to local taxi operators, Shannon Walters, a driver with Dayton...
Levitt Pavilion part of a much broader redevelopment strategy
 Architects’ design concepts for the proposed Levitt Pavilion Dayton reflect a free music venue that officials hope can attract large crowds to help rejuvenate downtown’s core. The outdoor amphitheater — planned for Dave Hall Plaza located adjacent to the Crowne Plaza hotel — seeks to engage and bring together diverse...

4:23 PM Friday, Nov. 18, 2016

Architects’ design concepts for the proposed Levitt Pavilion Dayton reflect a free music venue that officials hope can attract large crowds to help rejuvenate downtown’s core. The outdoor amphitheater — planned for Dave Hall Plaza located adjacent to the Crowne Plaza hotel — seeks to engage and bring together diverse...
Dayton development fund awarded $40M in tax credits
 CityWide Development Corp.’s community development fund has been awarded $40 million in federal tax credits to trigger and support investment in struggling communities. The award from the U.S. Treasury Department is nearly as much as CityWide received in all previous funding rounds combined. “This is a great win for Dayton,&rdquo...

11:04 PM Thursday, Nov. 17, 2016

CityWide Development Corp.’s community development fund has been awarded $40 million in federal tax credits to trigger and support investment in struggling communities. The award from the U.S. Treasury Department is nearly as much as CityWide received in all previous funding rounds combined. “This is a great win for Dayton,&rdquo...
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